What we Treat
A substance use disorder develops when repeated use of an addictive substance results in health issues, problems at work or school, and even disability. Substance use disorders claim lives: the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported over 100,000 people died of drug overdoses during a 12-month period which ended in April 2021.
Alcohol, opioids, prescription medicines, stimulants, and even household goods have one thing in common: they’re addictive when misused. Worse, substance use disorders often co-occur with mental disorders. Our dual-diagnosis programs address both, giving you the best chance for a long-lasting recovery.
Substance use disorders we treat include:
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